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to go. >> pam: we sent to maureen kellywe sent maureen kelly out to find out how bad the homeless problem is on the streets of san francisco. >> maureen kelly: i started out here at the kron4 civic center studio.and didn't have to go far before i saw evidence or the issue the city has long been struggling with. exhibit a.is this man zonked out.under a blanket. in the middle of the day.despite the sit lie ordinance prohibitting sitting or lying on the sidewalk.between 7am and 11 pm that was passed in 2010. just a short distance i found this hypodermic needle sitting out in plain site in planter box.around the corner on franklin street.this doorway which was from the stains on the stoop and the lingering smell i am deducing that it's been used regularly as a urinal.and it gets worse just a few steps away.for decency's sake i didn't zoom in to this alcove of which there is evidence of what appears to be human waste.nat pot two blocks away from my starting point i found this man excercizing his freedom of speech to an audience of none..while sitting on the side walk.in front of a busi
watching the region for decades and is the executive director of the maureen and mike mansfield foundation in washington. what is your take on the u.s. evaluation of the threats from north korea? how serious are they taking their threats? >> well, the obama administration has a very difficult task. they need to, on the one hand, balance the need to reassure allies in south korea and japan and reassure the publics in those countries well as the american public and at the same time avoid falling into a tract where you're buying into the north korean rhetoric and building it up. the threat at this point is more words than actions. and it appears to be a lot of kind of hot air bluster, rhetoric. at the same time you can't ignore it altogether. so the administration has been, again, striking i think a pretty successful balance, less rhetoric, but more actions. sending over the b-52 bombers, the b-2 bombers and f-22 squadrons to make it clear our deterrence remains strong but not seeking to further ratchet up the rhetoric. >> why do you think north korean leaders are escalating their threats as
a baseball game in rohnert park saturday. kron4's maureen kelly spoke to the two paramedics who just happened to be in the stands and sprang into action. we have interviews and images of the scene that you'll only see on kron. dan farren is describing the accident he and his wife sue farren witnessed while watching their son's baseball game. one of the other kids on the team . 8 year old matthew henry was at bat when he was hit by a baseball in what turned out to be a very bad place.was hit by a baseball in what turned out to be a very bad place >> it's a freak thing >> right in the chest >> reporter: the boy staggered.then starting running to first base but he collapsed after about five feet. >> that ball that hit him in the center of the chest had stopped his heart >> reporter: luckily dan and sue have more than 50 years of paramedic experience between them. they jumped on to the field and into action.this snapshot shows them adminstering cpr.which they kept going for approximently 6 minutes until an ambulance team arrived with a defibulator which administered a lifesaving shock to matthew'
, and deep below downtown. kron 4's maureen kelly takes us underground for a look. what you are looking at is where eventually the two tunnels one for each direction of the t linewill be dug. if you look closely you can have wall which shows where drills will start boring holes that will go as deep as 90 feet below downtown san francisco. right now we are 40 feet belowwith 4th street running above us over here is the hole where the machines that will do the digging are going to be lowered down they drills so big they've being shipped here in pieces.here are just two pieces of one drill here on this flat bed trucksthis big red crane is going to lower the pieces below ground one at a times where they will be assembled. of the 12 drills below ground.where here's a picture of what one of the 300 foot long drills will look like when it's all put together. size as a 4 story building laid on it's side. this is the head of the drill which will cut thru forty feet of earth a day muni says it's going to take plaza a year of digging, 20 hours a day, five days a week before they come out the other
protection agency jump starting their preparations for what could be a longer fire season. kron4's maureen kelly has the details. it's only april and the green spring grasses are already turning brown.and cal fire crews are already getting busier >> about the last two weeks we've seen an increased activity of vegetation fires thurout the unit activity like what you see happening in this video taken today in gilroy.firefighters mopping up a small grass fire fueled by the wind. firefighters mopping up a fire.officials say they believe it was started intentionally by a landowner to burn orchard tirmings.but then the wind caused it to get out of control and spread quickly to a nearby field. >> it doesnt take much wind to have a particually significant affect.expecially on dry fuels you can see for yourself the fuel he's talking about it. made brittle after an especially dry spring. and that has cal fire taking action. monday the unit that handles the south and east bay will start their seasonal hiring early. by about three weeks. so they can be ready. with hot tempatures expected this week cal
. kron4's maureen kelly shows the highlights of the celebration. the tiffany rings were brought to the ballpark by a motorized cable carwith a police escortthe fans roaring and clapping as the team members claim their prizeslead off by the general manager brian sabean and coach bruce bochy the crowd chanted mvp when buster posey got his ringand broke out with another chant when barry zito got his. nats it was one of the most touching moment for some of the fans in the stands giants closer sergio romo says this chunk of gold and diamonds is more than just an expensive and flashy bauble. >> it means a lot to me. all of the players who participated in the 2012 season will get a ringand even those no longer playing for the team were invited today.aubrury huff was the only one who showed upnow free agent brian wilson was a no show. it wasn't just the 2012 team members who got new jewerly. five hall of famersincluding willie mccovey and willie mays who you see here. some of the fans got a piece of history as well. the first 40-thousand fans at the park got these replica ringsand while
mother was protecting her kids. why can't they protect us? >> maureen dowd had an op-ed on the gun vote and we will read that in the next hour on "morning joe." >> her take away was -- >> it was rough. >> that they deserve more than a vote. they deserved a law, especially, again, we are not talking about gun control. >> they deserved a full-on campaign to change the gun law. >>> still ahead on "morning joe," he supported the toomey/man chin bill and we will ask senator bob casey of pennsylvania what is next for gun control legislation. he joins us in ju a few minutes. minutes. uju a few minutes. stju a few minutes. a few minutes. ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. >>> coming up next, we will get the latest on the boston bombing investigation straight from the source. boston police commissioner ed davis joins us next. >>> also the new yorker david remnick. more "morning joe" when we com
jose. it is happening at hostiter road. that's where maureen naylor is live with a warning to drivers. >> reporter: you can see some of the equipment that has been brought in to turn this into a b.a.r.t. thoroughfare. but it will mean months of delays for drivers. this area gets busy during commute time and starting monday half of this thoroughfare will be shut down for the first stage of construction. signs are up to expect delays. >> thereby some delays during rush hour. but we're maintaining as much of the roadway as possible. >> reporter: crews will work 7:00 in the morning to 5:00 at night. >> you're looking at the corridor. you're standing where the future b.a.r.t. tracks will be. >> reporter: cars heading in both directions will be changed to the other. >> we have the cosco here too. once it turns down into a one road street it's going to be very hectic. >> reporter: jim hillman lives near the area and looking at it every time he walks by here. the new stations will be fremont, the great mall in milpitas and bariesta. >> it's everywhere. even by my work there's construction be
. it is happening at hostiter road. that's where maureen naylor is live with a warning to drivers. >> reporter: you can see some of the equipment that has been brought in to turn this into a b.a.r.t. thoroughfare. but it will mean months of delays for drivers. this area gets busy during commute time and starting monday half of this thoroughfare will be shut down for the first stage of construction. signs are up to expect delays. >> thereby some delays during rush hour. but we're maintaining as much of the roadway as possible. >> reporter: crews will work 7:00 in the morning to 5:00 at night. >> you're looking at the corridor. you're standing where the future b.a.r.t. tracks will be. >> reporter: cars heading in both directions will be changed to the other. >> we have the cosco here too. once it turns down into a one road street it's going to be very hectic. >> reporter: jim hillman lives near the area and looking at it every time he walks by here. the new stations will be fremont, the great mall in milpitas and bariesta. >> it's everywhere. even by my work there's construction because soon they're
had about the same time in his administration. in sunday's new york times, maureen dowd wrote this about the defeat of the background check. how is it the president won the argument on gun safety with the public and lost in the senate? it is because he doesn't know how to work the system. it is clear now that he doesn't want to learn or even hire some clever people who can tell him how to do it or do it for him. i read that and threw paper across the room. in an apparent counter point to dowd, our own chuck todd said those who understand how d.c. works know it is hard to get the vote in the senate and our poll was predictable. are people write or wrong? to answer that and more, we bring inonatn alter. the center holds. we've got a table full of jonlths and a woman married to a jonathan. i'm feeling the odd man out. what do you think? is the president being rightly or wrongly blamed? >> well, there's a for having me. this is apply first time on your show. affirmative action for bald guys over 50. >> we just started the program. >> i think that maureen dowd is on to something bu
. >> maureen kelly: we've had assaults we've had physical violence, verbal violence, threats of killing, dog bites station agents and other bart employees taken a lot of grief over the years.and before this new law.bart police would have to work with district attorneys in the four different counties get stay away orders issued for offenders.here is a book of 130 people who are currently banned.for acts of violence and other crimes.but that process could take months and in some cases the criminals.if they were out on bail could come back. the new law will allow bart police to issue their own prohibition orders.in some cases before waiting for a conviction. faster. bart police chief kenton rainey says the new law doesn't just help keep their employees safe.but riders as well. because it could be used against people using violence while committing a cell phone robbery or a purse snatching.on a train or bart property. n to being banned for violence or threats of violence people can also be kept away for the system after being arrested for lewd or lascivious behavior, and selling drugs. people ci
'm maureen naylor in for heather holmes. >> friends and family run remembered a union city man shot and kill by police earlier this month. while officers say they were defending themselves the family wants to know more,ate hernandez is live with the high- profile attorney helping the family. >> reporter: jade. >> reporter: maureen, we're standing not far from where amos smith lost his life. police say it was a routine traffic stop until he pulled a weapon and that weapon was found at scene of the accident, but smith's family says they want closure. standing near the corner of dyer street and meteor drive, they hold a sign, "shot yelled, not to kill." she said union city police haven't say why he was stopped. >> i miss my son very much. he was a good, young man. >> reporter: amos' mother says amos was her only son and awn she is still struggle why it took day to find out about her son's shooting and only days later came not to talk about to talk something with them, his vehicle registration. he had been working at ford plant for a year and a half. >> all of the stories i heard doesn't make
and even more blustery conditions are in the forecast. good evening and thanks for joining us i'm maureen naylor. >> and i'm ken wayne. from the beaches to the bridges to the inland valleys it is very windy out there. here is a live picture showing the blustery conditions in san francisco's financial district. you can get an idea of how strong the winds are right now. >> a very large eucalyptus tree came down at 6:30 believed to be because of the winds. fortunately no one was hurt when the tree fell. a road is now back open. >>> we have team coverage, meteorologist mark tamayo is in the weather center. but we go to jade hernandez who's on treasure island. >> reporter: we are on treasure island to show you a better look at the bay bridge. it's one of the bridges in the area that has a wind advisory for tonight. strong gusts caused other problems along the coast. >> reporter: ocean beach turned into a roaring dune this afternoon. >> it's windy. it's really windy. >> the sunset district decided 20 feet was enough. from the beach to the great highway, woers couldn't clear the sand off of the
, if maureen can fire up the first slide. we're going to give you a budget overview, sworn hiring plan update, recivilianization update if you recall last year, that was something then supervisor chiu put a lot of emphasis on. update on the public safety building, our technology projects, capital improvements, and finally probably where we have our greatest need is in our fleet replacement. before we go into the general budget side, we were asked to do also just like the fire department at $1.5 million cut from our current budget, and we like the fire department achieved that through revenue solutions and expenditure adjustments and made our target amount. and we've forwarded that to the mayor's budget office. if you look at our budget for revenue, we are a general fund department largely with 395 million of that being general fund. 40 million public safety sales tax, about a million in state public safety designated allocations and grants. our federal revenue is also in grants. airport funds, the 338 staff that are assigned there. we provide services to other city departments and there is so
maureen kelly was there for the re-opening. and gives us peek inside >> reporter: the new location cost 300- million dollars. this is much bigger, with three times the size. giving them a lot of room for installation like this is a tree experience showing a route structure. of a large douglas-fir and this split right down in the middle so you can see the tree rings. this also gives them the space of 150 new exhibits. like this mirror which allows people to interact with an upside-down version of themselves. however, do not despair. there are still a lot of the old favorites on display over here is the workshop where visitors can watch for themselves. science developing new exhibits. the bay observatory takes advantage of this new location of its waterfront. in addition to the views there is a of natural world like this tactile chart. tickets = $25 however, residents are going to get a discount. and a large outdoor a red that is free. you can experience this outdoor-event is free. like the fog experience. maureen kelly, kron 4. >> coming up the library in el sobrante.. with stanley rober
an issue this fiscal year? >> i'll let -- >> yes. maureen gannon, cfo. yes, we do have 1.13 shortfall in the current year. >> thanks. >> [inaudible]. the next slide is on work orders. major police services to other city departments, airport, again, they fund 316 mta, ad traffic muni response team, k-9 which obviously are getting a lot of play in light of the events in boston. [speaker not understood] plain clothes and we have one clerk at the taxi commission. the fund ports two officers, puc one captain that oversees homeland security for political infrastructure. obviously again, been meeting a lot with her this week. the library runs overtime a gap closing the main library during open hours. hsa has an officer for food stamp application location during business hours. the moscone center, as needed. treasure island has one security guard. and then we do dpw graffiti abatement and overtime, and numbers for those various allocations are listed. the next one, the next slide states our -- >> chief, supervisor wiener has a question. >> thank you. welcome, chief. i have a work order questi
. kron4's maureen kelly has the details. >> reporter: it's only april and the green spring grasses are already turning brown.and cal fire crews are already getting busier >> about the last two weeks we've seen an increased activity of vegetation fires thurout the unit activity like what you see happening in this video taken today in gilroy.firefighters mopping up a small grass fire fueled by the wind. firefighters mopping up a fire.officials say they believe it was started intentionally by a landowner to burn orchard tirmings.but then the wind caused it to get out of control and spread quickly to a nearby field. >> it doesn't take much wind to have a particually significant affect.expecially on dry fuels >> reporter: you can see for yourself the fuel he's talking about it. made brittle after an especially dry spring. and that has cal fire taking action.monday the unit that handles the south and east bay will start their seasonal hiring early.by about three weeks.so they can be ready. with hot tempatures expected this week cal fire division cheif jim crawford says they'll be keeping
time. evening i'm ken wayne. >> i'm maureen naylor, heather holmes is off tonight. >>> caltrain is expensing delays because of the leaking of fuel. buses transported passengers between the san bruno and bay shore stations. caltrain expected to begin single tracking trains on northbound tracks shortsly. ktvu's debora villone is on scene in south first warning and we expect a live report in just minutes. >> we have new information about a man shot the and killed in oakland last night. today we learned that the violent is a former newspaper photographer what was heading home. jade hernandez joins us live in oakland. ken, he wanted to share his friend lionel fluker's life with us. >> he came by here. >> reporter: nick lamber is the director of photography at bay area news group and pulled up a photo of lionel fluker taken a few years ago at a christmas parade. >> he always had a smile on his face. >> reporter: he learn today that laugh wouldn't we heard again. oakland police say shooter opened fire at 10:00 last night and investigators say the intended target a 38-year-old man wa
to stay warm. and lastly i want to introduce the president of the port commission, maureen woo ho. join me in welcoming president woo ho. >> good morning, and since i am standing here before your tasting, i won't be here long. i have been on the port commission for two years. and i want to acknowledge that i had fellow commissioners working on this project in this part of san francisco. and in 20006 -- 2006 there was effort of the port and the community and with the mayor's office and the board of supervisors. to come up with a plan to make this today what is a reality. i think this is an extremely auspicious beginning. we are in the ninth or 10th day of chinese new years. and i think it's important to recognize this is a great beginning for mission rock and anchorstein. and as the mayor said, we are trying to activate the waterfront. and pier 48 and mission rock is what we are trying it do, to combine many disverse businesses. where it's maritime and with giants and anchorstein to bring forward the waterfront. it's a renaissance that we are seeing. i sometimes talk to the port staff, gos
:00 a.m. the rainfall is towards the south central valley. notice they are lighter by noon. maureen and coverage. increasing in intensity. the rain is expected to die down. mostly clear conditions. largely rainfall with a 11:00 a.m. some heavy rainfall approaching. snowfall levels at 8,000 ft.. through the day tomorrow and the evening. by 9:00 a.m.,-9:00 p.m., towards friday morning the rain will taper off. here is what we are lucky not for the sierras. breezy with a chance of showers. the chance of rain/snowfall mixture on a saturday. dropping of the 6,800 ft.. let us take a look. showers in the afternoon. nearly 80 degrees on wednesday. www.snowbomb.com there are no new snowfall totals to told about. however, there could be fresh fodder in the past 24 hours we will keep you updated on any new snowfall and remember, and remember you can watch the weather forecast whenever it is convenient for you on our 24/7 bay area news channel. you can also get headlines and live traffic. it's on comcast 193 and you can also watch it live on kron4.com. san jose mayor is asking this issue to stay
of the maureen and mike mansfield foundation in washington. he shared his insight on how the situation has been perceived in washington and the possible u.s. reaction. >> well, the obama administration has a very difficult task. they need to, on the one hand, balance the need to reassure allies in south korea and japan and reassure the publics in those countries as well as the american public, and at the same time avoid falling into a trap where you're buying into the north korean rhetoric and kind of building it up. the threat at this point is more words than actions. and it appears to be a lot of kind of hot air bluster, rhetoric. at the same time you can't ignore it altogether, so the administration has been again, striking, i think a pretty successful balance, less rhetoric, but more action, sending over the b-52 bombers, the b-2 bombers and the squadrons. just to make sure they understand, but not seeking to further ratchet up their rhetoric. >> this is difficult to know. in my mind, has a lot more to do with domestic developments inside north korea than anything we have done. some people
. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> team coverage continues as kron4's maureen kelly shows us the mess golden gate park city workers found themselves stuck cleaning up after that big marijuana smoke out that took place yesterday >> after the smoke cleared.rec and park workers found this section of the park covered with trash.in this video you can see most of the mess is confined to hippie hill.but as bad as this looks.the gardeners i spoke to it was way worse when they first showed up at 6:30 this morning.and the mess was spread across the entire meadow. 25 workers were called in.many on overtime.to pick up after those who didn't bother.piles and piles of garbage.liquor bottles.and cigarette packs.litter associated with pot smoking.and it's after affects. the lawn was scarred in several places after smoldering charhere you can see someone left behind their bbq.where many others dumped piles of briquettes on the lawn.which many had been left smoldering. people showing up to enjoy the park sunday were upset by the mess. even some people who partied saturday.like this wo
with investigators on the -- in touch with investigators on the scene and ktvu's maureen naylor is on her way to the scene. >>> breaking news in san francisco. a man has been shot and killed in the city's bay view district. ktvu's ken pritchett just arrived on the scene and joins us now with what he learned. ken? >> reporter: information just coming out now, we talked to san francisco police and here is what they tell us, the shooting took place at 3:45 p.m. here in the bay view. as you said, one man shot and killed. we are hearing that san francisco police arrived on scene, transported the man to the hospital where he died. no description on the shooter. we have video that shows you a look at the scene. where we are it is just over a hill. you can see evidence technicians, police officers looking at tags on it ground. evidence tags where the shooting took place. i talked to an officer on the scene, he says there is no suspect description at this point, they have a description of a suspect or suspects which they describe as vague. we talked to a neighbor here who says she heard six gun shots
like wrong doing has happened. coming up at 10:00 on channel 2, maureen taylor. >>> a collision that caused a few minor injuries. it has been about one hour since this crash on third street in the bay view. officials say a light rail train was heading down third when the truck made an illegal turn in front of the train. passengers were taken to the hospital with non-life- threatening injuries. happened just before 4:00 this afternoon in the 100 block of the city's bay view district. the victim later died. few details are being made public. police remain on the scene this evening collecting evidence. >>> for a third day in a row someone called in a bomb threat. now frustration is mounding for teachers, parents and some students. eric rasmussem has more. eric. >> reporter: students and teachers evacuated again today after someone called in another threat. private security is now patrolling deer valley high school in antioch after three consecutive days of bomb threats. police say two threats were called in and a third to antioch high school across town. parent debbie peterson was
james carville made it interesting by telling maureen dowd, "running for president is like sex. no one ever did it once and forgot about it." all righty then. >>> former new york congressman anthony wiener and his wife will give their first interview since he resigned following his sexting scandal. something the publication neither confirmed or denied. that is your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> we want you to take a look at this. incredible video out of kansas today where a storm dropped golf ball-sized hail. some hailstones reaching upwards of 2 inches. all over the place there. nbc meteorologist bill karins joins us now and hopefully we don't see too much more of that especially those without car insurance. that could be problematic. >> it's rough. the hail coverage. >> yeah. >> you need it in some areas of the country and maybe the next couple of days. severe weather outbreak. we haven't had many throughout the spring. very lucky. haven't had tornado fatalities in over a month. they approach st. louis, peoria, springfield and rain will be towards chicago during the morning
they say it's still unknown whether the attack was foreign or domestic. let's turn to maureen. >> we're learning more tonight about the victims their injuries and exactly what type of daevic was used to unleash this carnage on innocent bystanders and runners at the boston marathon. >> some blasts rocking a usually festive day in boston. runners going from running to the finish line to running for safety after two massive explosions at crowded cope lee hall just before 3:00 p.m. -- >> everybody ran in and tore down those fences and jumped in and helped the people. it was unbelievable. >> an 8-year-old boy is among one of the three people killed. 141 are injured, eight critically. the hurt includes children with severe trauma and other victims with all take shins and severe burns. most of the injuries are to the victims lower extremities -- i spoke to one of the injured runners's mother. his mother donna johnson says this was her son's first marathon. now he may never run again. >> it was his dream. he was running nonstop. he runs every morning from wherever he goes he runs. his whole
. one man was shot and killed. two others wounded by a gunman who remains on the lose. ktvu maureen naylor tells us about the victims and the clues list -- police had to work with. >> reporter: homicide detectives investigate. ana wells says she and four others were running as part of an agility test when a man starts shooting from a white suv. >> i heard pow, pow, pow. and the other young men that were in front of me turned around and they started running the other way. and i got behind a car. >> reporter: richmond police say they received several 911 calls and the city shot spotter system helped direct them to the gunfire. two men were wounded another one was killed. >> i had close contact with that young man, and saw his desire to change and he was robbed. >> reporter: the victim sought help from nonprofit men and women of purpose. hoping to become a citizen and a better person. the group connected him to richmond build. >> families are really trying to change their lives and use the resources that are in the community that are very scarce to change their lives and something of
their championship ringskron4's maureen kelly shows the highlights of the >> reporter: the tiffany rings were brought to the ballpark by a motorized cable carwith a police escortthe fans roaring and clapping as the team members claim their prizeslead off by the general manager brian sabean and coach bruce bochy the crowd chanted mvp when buster posey got his ringand broke out with another chant when barry zito got his. nats (chanting 'barry"_) >> it is great. it was one of the most touching moment for some of giants closer sergio romo says this chunk of gold and diamonds is more than just an expensive and flashy bauble. all of the players who participated in the 2012 season will get a ringand even those no longer playing for the team were invited today.aubrury huff was the only one who showed upnow free agent brian wilson was a no show. it wasn't just the 2012 team members who got new jewerly. five hall of famersincluding willie mccovey and willie mays who you see here. some of the fans got a piece of history as well. the first 40-thousand fans at the park got these replica ringsand while there is no
4's maureen kelly spoke to the two paramedics who just happened to be in the stands and sprung into action. interview and images of the scene that you'll only see on kron. >> it is a freak thing. >> reporter: dan farren is describing the accident he and his wife sue farren witnessed while watching their son's baseball game. one of the other kids on the team . 8 year old matthew henry was at bat when he was hit by a baseball in what turned out to be a very bad place.was >> right and the chest >> reporter: hit by a baseball in what turned out to be a very bad place >> right in the chest >> reporter: the boy staggered.then starting running to first base but he collapsed after about five feet. >> that ball that hit him in the center of the chest had stopped his heart >> it's a freak thing >> reporter: luckily dan and sue have more than 50 years of paramedic experience between them. they jumped on to the field and into action.this snapshot shows them adminstering cpr.which they kept going for approximently 6 minutes until an ambulance team arrived with a defibulator which administe
hears all these conspiracy theories. maureen dowd, liberal columnist, "new york times" says he doesn't know how to be -- you know what, maureen, that was a liberal fantasy. a liberal fantasy. wake up. you look at the press today, bill, what do you see? oh, obama lost the gun control. they never mentioned g.o.p. flible, now you have to have 60 votes to pass anything? this is unprecedented in american history. >> bill: there are certain facts like the weather. it's raining. he lost the vote. come on. juan, you can't sit there and say that there is a healthy -- wait, wait, wait, juan. wait. you can't sit there and tell me in the nation and millions of people watching around the world that you believe there is a healthy skepticism on the part of the press which is the definition of the press as far as the obama administration is concerned. come on. >> well, let me tell you, the american people, when they are asked who is out of touch, close to half say obama is out of touch. get, this 70% say the congress, republican majority in the house specifically, you look at their ratings in the ta
a prescription. ktvu's maureen naylor is live now in san jose to explain how that controversial ruling will change procedures at far pharmacies here in the bay area and california. >> reporter: here at planned parent parenthood girls over the age of 17 are already given the morning after pill because law allows it. a 27-year-old counseling major who didn't want to be identified told us she recently took the morning after pill. saying it was hard to ask for but easy to get. >> since i'm a full time college student i went to the health center and pretty much asked for it at the pharmacy without a prescription. >> reporter: it'll soon get easier for girls 16 and younger to do just that. now a pharmacist has to interview a young girl before they get the pill. but from now on girls can get if pill no questions asked. >> we want teens to have access because it's another tool for them to be able to protect themselves against unintended pregnancy. >> reporter: while parent parenthood is happy with the decision. the president wants more regulations. >> we want to make sure they understand the
ages without a prescription. ktvu's maureen naylor is live now in san jose to explain how that controversial ruling will change procedures at far pharmacies here in the bay area and california. >> reporter: here at planned parent parenthood girls over the age of 17 are already given the morning after pill because law allows it. a 27-year-old counseling major who didn't want to be identified told us she recently took the morning after pill. saying it was hard to ask for but easy to get. >> since i'm a full time college student i went to the health center and pretty much asked for it at the pharmacy without a prescription. >> reporter: it'll soon get easier for girls 16 and younger to do just that. now a pharmacist has to interview a young girl before they get the pill. but from now on girls can get if pill no questions asked. >> we want teens to have access because it's another tool for them to be able to protect themselves against unintended pregnancy. >> reporter: while parent parenthood is happy with the decision. the president wants more regulations. >> we want to mak
begin tonight with maureen. >> two bombs exploding seconds apart at the boston marathon finish line. some 24,000 runners targeted. it happened just before 3:00 p.m. hours after runners had finished and slower runners were coming in. the area was crowded. >> it knocked know the ground and then everybody started running, panicking, started to go back that way towards it and another bomb went off. >> the blast killed three people, one of them an 8-year-old boy. 138 other people were hurt. some of the injuries described as amputation shins and severe burns. debris could be seen scattered throughout the spectator stands and finish areas of the marathon -- as emergency personnel cleared the area. >> these explosion shins occurred 50-100 yards apart and each scene resulted in multiple casualties. >> according to law enforcement the first bomb exploded as the marathon sports running store. the second blast happened a few yards away. authorities believe the explosion shins were caused by small portable devices with ball bearings -- white house is calling the incident and act of terror. he ma
? we'll be talking to the president and ceo of the mayo clinic straight ahead. up next, maureen orth, joe klein, eugene robinson here. >> so happy to be there. maybe because of the special occasion. the best to you. as you are going through your day today if you're in the midwest things are changing in a hurry. look at yesterday by the way. we were 71 in denver. beautiful, warm, sunny day. here's the current temperature in denver. it is 16 degrees. the wind chill is now zero. the temperature has dropped by about 55 degrees since yesterday afternoon. talk about, you know, being used to things changing, stopping on a dime. well, the big storm is responsible for all the cold air coming down from the north. it's also responsible for all the warm air ahead of it. when you get this clash of air masses this time of year you'll get severe weather. that's what we'll deal with this afternoon. we don't expect a huge outbreak but we'll have a few chances of strong tornadoes. it only takes one to go through a town for it to be destructive and maybe deadly. that's the concern today. area of red is
maureen dowd for the book. right after president obama was elected and my brother was appointed to be the chief of staff and during all of the festivities around that she called up and said to my have to meet your mom. what you have to be my mom? she says, have to find out what she put in the cereal. i said, why you as soon as the cereal, you know. and then when rahm was elected mayor of chicago to call that began and says, i have to make your mother. i said -- she says, i have to find out what they put in the cereal. this book is an answer to our question. >> and i would like to ask zeke to guide us through his family. full of very memorable characters, and then we will talk more about the dynamic, the ingredient in that cereal or, as he always puts it, what is the secret sauce. i've read the book looking for secret sauce clues and a think i found a lot. and zeke tried to summarize them. your father already came from to whichever is a very different kinds and to have very different approaches to achieving, but not particularly to being parents. so tell us about your father in t
appearance. discuss. >> i'll work backwards, actually, starting with appearance, which maureen dowd hit on today in "the new york times" and it's right. you are seeing sort of a new hair style on hillary clinton. i got a lot of pushback on talk ing about that, but the reality is hillary clinton has dealt with this kind of thing for years. she has turned it into a joke, number one. number two, her book, they announced a book deal this week. where you see that tour take her i think is going to be very interesti interesting. we saw a lot of presidential candidates this past cycle use book tours as sort of a masquerade for something else. she doesn't have to do that, but this is an easy pay for her to do a rollout and she did that with living history. and then lastly, i think, and there were others, but i think most important in terms of company she keeps, the mark penn fa factor gets talked about a lot. he ran her 2008 campaign. that campaign was very mismanaged by all accounts. i think the question is -- and that falls to her at the end of the day. did she learn from 2008? can she make di
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around the bay area as a safety precaution because of what happened at kron 4 news. maureen kelly reports of >> bart officials say they are closely monitoring the situation in the boston area and for the time being, those trains can expect to see a visible police station as the train pulled into the station, she would walk the land of the train and look in the windows. other times, her head was on a swivel looking for anything out of the ordinary. bart says they expect to see an increase in patrol where riding the trains as well. they say at this time, it is nearly eight per caution. maureen kelly, kron4 news >> pam: we will have more on the boston marathon news coming up right after the break. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles.
comes was designed. galvanized the country. finished the race. williams has been redacted." >> maureen: in addition to killer views, there's a lot of exhibits dealing with natural water. or like this cacti. tickets cost as much as $20 tickets. there's a large outdoor area. you can experience exhibits like the fall bridge here without spending a dime. maureen kelly, kron4 news. right now the fbi is poring over a man who dropped off the bag that may have contained a back. this is according to the boston city council president. he says this surveillance video is from a lord and taylor department store near where the second bomb exploded just down the street from the first bomb. he said it's not shore if they have identified the person. the fbi the late one press conference in canceled another and at one point today several media organizations were reporting that an arrest had been made. so lots of confusion. the fbi and the boston have denied any arrests have been made. we are certainly on the turn of developments out of boston and will continue to update to drop the night. the golden gat
's maureen kelly explains that the biggest problem is the mess the partyer's left behind. police arrested a number of people during and after the event. there were seven felony arrests, six of those for selling drugs. there were also five misdemeanor arrests.mostly approximently 225 ciations for a number of violations like having open containers camping. >> >> reporter: because of this year's april 20th and a k a 421 saturday more people showed up. frustrating for the head city of parks department my staff work all day yesterday and all day this morning starting this morning. we pulled up 10,000 lbs. of fresh was left on that site. the cost for all the extra cleanup crew comes to the $11,000. and there is no one to pick up the bill. >> this is a little bit of a phenomenon people show up. >> reporter: that taxpayers are odyssey the once hand attack. next year could be similar blowout. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> pam: a dozen cities in san mateo >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. the tse paid just announced a delay in implementing the policy. several groups were up against t
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